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Sculpt Curves Like Kate Upton's: Insider Tips From Her Trainer

The model’s fit physique isn’t just a natural gift—she works for it.  Photo by By Caitlin Carlson  Turns out, there’s a giant misconception in the supermodel world: Not all top catwalkers are born with lean genes—many of them have to sweat it out like the rest of us. Kate Upton—whose enviable bikini-clad shape has graced the cover of Sports Illustrated (several times) — is one of those models. So we

The Best Cooler-Weather Workouts

By Lexi Petronis Hard as it is to believe, we are officially into fall! And, as the weather gets cooler, it’s time to transition our shorts-wearing, tank-toppy summer workouts into things that are a bit more…you know, autumn-friendly. It can burn as much as 422 calories per hour when you’re hoofing it uphill, and research has shown that it can build the muscles in your glutes, quadriceps, hamstrings, hips, and lower legs—plus give you

Sex Hormones May Be Lurking In Your Food

Photos by and iStock Photo By Jennifer J. Brown, PhD, Everyday Health Whether you’re a meat lover or prefer plant-based protein like soy in your diet, the idea of sex hormones in your food might make you a bit queasy. Use of hormones as drugs carries potential risks as varied as bone loss from steroids, and heart disease risks from hormone replacement during menopause. Sex Hormones in Meat The sex

Breast Pain? Why You Can Stop Worrying About Cancer

The fear factor Breast pain can be scary. Your mind immediately thinks cancer, but in all likelihood, cancer is not the cause. “The important thing for patients to realize is that while it can be a sign [of cancer], it is very rare,” says Michael Cowher, a breast surgeon with Cleveland Clinic. Breast cancer rarely produces painful symptoms, and the best way to detect it is still with your fingers.